CUFT: The Small Works of MACHINE
Join Terminal 136 this Thursday, November 2nd from 6-9pm for the opening reception of CUFT: The Small Works of MACHINE.
This small-works show presents a diverse array of objects that occupy no more than a cubic foot of space. Materials including glass, steel, aluminum, glitter, neon, glass objects, and sculpted plaster converse with mediums such as painting, drawing, and photography – mirroring the artists’ ongoing conversations as reciprocal critics and collaborators. The works are displayed atop pedestal shelves that measure 12 by 12 by 12 inches, to frame their relationships to each other through that volume.
Bound by mutual support, the artist members of MACHINE work together, create together, and occupy spaces together. For CUFT, they present a body of small works that embodies their shared experiences in the space of a tight-knit community.
About MACHINE: MACHINE is a collective of graduate students in the Master of Fine Arts program at the University of Texas at Arlington. MACHINE promotes academic and artistic enrichment through workshops, skill shares, exhibitions, discussions, travel, and peer-to-peer support.
Participating artists: Christine Adame, Mahya Davachi, Ali Feeney, Addi Ginsberg, Holly D. Gray, Eric Hess, Phillip King, Lindsey Larson, Billi London-Gray, Sumbal Mushtaq, Sara Rastegarpouyani, Marcela Reyes, Charlyn Reynolds, and Katerina Verguelis.
Terminal 136 gallery hours: Noon-5pm Thursday-Saturday. CUFT will be on display from November 2nd through November 18th.